Development Application - 50-52 Melville Parade, South Perth

Consultation has concluded

The development application for 50-52 Melville Parade, South Perth was refused by the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP) at its meeting held on 18 June 2018.

For more information on the reasons for refusal, you may review the minutes from the meeting on the Metro Central DAP webpage. It should be noted that the applicant has a right of review through the State Administrative Tribunal.

Revised Plans Received – Proposed 31-Level (101.3m) Mixed Use Development Application

Following the JDAP deferral of determination of this application on 9 February 2018 for the following reason:

“To allow for the potential to make significant modifications to the podium on the eastern side of the property, such as to significantly reduce its impact on the adjoining property. Such considerations could involve a reduction in height and scale of the podium and setback from Bowman Street and inclusion of an underground parking component that would reduce the need for a podium of this nature”.

Revised plans have now been provided by the applicant as per JDAP directions, the changes to the plans can be summarised as follows:

  • Reduction in overall heigh to 31-level (101.3m) development;
  • Reduction in podium heigh and scale;
  • Single basement level parking addition;
  • Additional street setback along Bowman Street;
  • Relocation of vehicle entrance to Melville Parade; and
  • Design treatment to eastern podium.

Feedback on the revised plans closed at 5pm, Monday 28 May 2018.

Please find revised plans and documentation in the Document Library section of this page.

Feedback received will be taken into consideration in the development of formal recommendations by the City to the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP) who will make the final decision on the proposed development.


The development application for 50-52 Melville Parade, South Perth was refused by the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP) at its meeting held on 18 June 2018.

For more information on the reasons for refusal, you may review the minutes from the meeting on the Metro Central DAP webpage. It should be noted that the applicant has a right of review through the State Administrative Tribunal.

Revised Plans Received – Proposed 31-Level (101.3m) Mixed Use Development Application

Following the JDAP deferral of determination of this application on 9 February 2018 for the following reason:

“To allow for the potential to make significant modifications to the podium on the eastern side of the property, such as to significantly reduce its impact on the adjoining property. Such considerations could involve a reduction in height and scale of the podium and setback from Bowman Street and inclusion of an underground parking component that would reduce the need for a podium of this nature”.

Revised plans have now been provided by the applicant as per JDAP directions, the changes to the plans can be summarised as follows:

  • Reduction in overall heigh to 31-level (101.3m) development;
  • Reduction in podium heigh and scale;
  • Single basement level parking addition;
  • Additional street setback along Bowman Street;
  • Relocation of vehicle entrance to Melville Parade; and
  • Design treatment to eastern podium.

Feedback on the revised plans closed at 5pm, Monday 28 May 2018.

Please find revised plans and documentation in the Document Library section of this page.

Feedback received will be taken into consideration in the development of formal recommendations by the City to the Metro Central Joint Development Assessment Panel (DAP) who will make the final decision on the proposed development.


  • The out for comment period has now closed.

    Your submission should include:

    • your name and postal address to enable the City to acknowledge receipt of your submission and to update you from time to time as to the progress of the Development Application
    • reasons why you either support or oppose the Development Application.

    Your submission should include:

    • your name and postal address to enable the City to acknowledge receipt of your submission and to update you from time to time as to the progress of the Development Application
    • reasons why you either support or oppose the Development Application.

    Consultation has concluded